Phone firm EE must ‘broaden’ carbon goals

Sustainability advisers including the Carbon Trust have told the mobile phone operator to be more ambitious in using its technology to cut carbon emissions

Everything Everywhere (EE), the UK’s largest mobile phone network operator, is off to a good start with its first corporate responsibility report, say sustainability experts. But it could provide a lot more information on cutting supply chain impacts and customer carbon emissions, they add.

EE was formed in 2010 as a joint venture between France Telecom and Deutsche Telekom, bringing together the Orange and T-Mobile brands. The network is the largest in the UK with 27 million users. It has about 600 stores and more than 15,000 employees. Its revenue was £6.7bn in 2012.

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